Today, 25th of June 2012, is the 37th independence day of Mozambique, Africa’s rising star and home of heart warming tourism.
Africans in America should not celebrate Thanksgiving Day; it is the celebration and feasting over the gruesome genocide committed towards the indigenous American Indians, the first settlers in America.
Happy 52nd Nigeria Independence Anniversary from Nigeria Movie Network, a video networking platform for Nigerian movies online, Nollywood movies for reviews and commentaries. Celebrate Nigeria’s independence!
After three months of military advances, the Tuareg forces controlling the north-eastern part of Mali declared its independence from the junta-controlled south-west.
InformAfrica Blog: Today, Namibia formerly known as South West Africa; celebrates her 21 years of independence from South Africa. With an area of 824,269 square kilometres, Namibia is a mainly arid country, with a sparse and widely dispersed population, estimated at 1.4 million, which is culturally and linguistically diverse. About half the inhabitants live in […]
FOOD FOR THOUGHT InformAfrica — Why do many Africans celebrate Christmas Jesus but forget their own Ancestors? If the saying is true that the life of the dead is placed in the memory of the living; then why don’t we annually observe and/or celebrate the birth and passing of our immediate ancestors? Are their lives […]
InformAfrica News – Nigeria: An email, saying it was sent by Nigeria’s main militant group, warned on Monday of renewed attacks on Africa’s biggest oil and gas industry and bombing at political rallies ahead of next month’s national elections. The statement sent to media said the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND), […]
Whites (Europeans) reportedly controls 90% of the land in Namibia: 40% of which is commercial and fenced off, and considered private property
InformAfrica – The Namibian government has proposed a new land ownership bill that seeks to ban foreigners from owning agricultural, commercial and communal lands in the country, according to new reports from Africa News Agency.
InformAfrica — Latest Africa report going around is that of Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari, whose administration is really determined to make a change for a better Nigeria, by offering free university education in the field of science, technology and education, in accordance with Nigeria budget 2016.